Why is it that some students get A*s, while others get Cs and Ds? Students are all covering the same material, so it’s not what they learn that makes the difference, it’s how.
And isn’t is amazing that in all the hours we spend at school, no one ever actually teaches us how to learn?
And this is even more remarkable if you consider the enormous benefits that accelerated learning techniques and effective study habits can bring.
Whether you’re struggling to keep up with work at school and panicking before exams, or looking to take your performance to the next level and find balance between your studies and extra curricular activities, this course is for you.
Tavistock Tutors are proud to partner with Nasos, an Oxford graduate, university lecturer and the founder of accelerated learning platform, to offer a 90 minute one on one session to help you upgrade your study skills and learn more effectively. The session is designed to assess your current learning habits and introduce you to accelerated learning techniques and time management skills that will help you thrive in your studies.
The techniques and methods are backed by the latest research in cognitive psychology and neuroscience and Nasos’ practical teaching experience as an academic tutor and university lecturer at Goldsmiths University.
During the session, you’ll become aware of the current study habits holding you back and gain an awareness of learning techniques that work best. You will also learn the techniques needed to manage time effectively avoid stress, whether you’re writing a dissertation, studying for a test or revising for final exams.
What’s more these skills will not only help you thrive in your studies at school and university but beyond your education in later life. The late futurist Alvin Toffler said that the illiterate of the 21st century won’t be those who can’t read and write but those who can’t learn, unlearn, and relearn.
To thrive in the continuously changing environment of the 21st century, you’ll need to be acquiring new skills just to stand still and since we all learn differently gaining a greater awareness of how you learn could make all the difference.